Helen Burnett-Nichols

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Helen is a freelance writer specializing in news and feature articles on a variety of business, legal and investment topics. Her work has appeared in publications such as the Globe and Mail, National Post Legal Post, Fund Strategy magazine, Canadian Lawyer magazine, Benefits Canada and the Hamilton Spectator’s Hamilton Business magazine. Prior to embarking on a freelance career, Helen was the Community Content Editor for Stockhouse.com, and she previously worked as Associate Editor of Canadian Lawyer magazine/Law Times newspaper. Follow her on Twitter @helenbnichols

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Many Happy Returns – How to Beat the Taxman

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Escape Plan: Why Women-Only Travel is the Ticket

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Safe, Not Sorry. How Much Insurance Do You Really Need?

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Enough Already—When to Stop RRSP Investing

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Book Value: How to Raise Your Financial IQ

When it comes to boosting your financial knowledge, the list of topics is endless — but before hitting the expert-level on the latest investment...

Should You Buy a Vacation Property? Part Two

The benefits of owning a recreational property are obvious when you imagine spending the day on the water or ski hill, or even enjoying...

Should You Buy a Vacation Property? Part One

For many prospective buyers, a recreational property represents an escape hatch from city life, a place to enjoy weekends and vacations with family and...